Pittsburgh Light RailOperational
City: Pittsburgh (United States).
Total route length: 33.9 km (21.1 miles).
Track gauge: 1588 mm.
Opened: August 6, 1859.
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Tram lines in operation
Pittsburgh tram line BLLB
Pittsburgh tram line RLSV
Pittsburgh extra line BLSV
Pittsburgh extra line RLCS
Pittsburgh Light Rail stops
Select: Allegheny, Library, and South Hills Village.
See the official route map.
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